Ratings based on 194 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by Chris from So. California, USA
Hotel "Laimer Hof", Munich, Germany
Posted Jan 9, 2013
Pros: Warm, friendly and courteous.
Cons: I honestly don't have a "least" favorite.
Location: Somewhat difficult to find without a GPS. Within walking distance to many sites and experiences.
The hotel Laimer Hof is a beautiful little hotel owned and operated by Sebastian and Alexandra Rosch. Exceptionally neat, clean and very, very friendly. My every want, need and/or request was greeted with a warm, friendly smile and immediate attention. The entire staff was truly friendly and gracious. I highly recommend the Hotel Laimer Hof for a wonderfully comfortable and affordable stay. My many thanks to Sebastian and Alexandra for a phenomenal stay.
by Renee from San Diego, CA
Great boutique hotel in a very nice neighborhood
Posted Jan 5, 2013
I loved my staying and would definitely stay there again in the future.
by Sharon from Australia
Posted Jan 3, 2013
Pros: Management & staff, the neighbourhood, breakfast.
Cons: Size of room, but okay.
Location: Delightful neighbourhood. 10 minute walk from Station, but many trains to choose from. Also on Airport line. Tram 5 minutes away, & village shops.
Sebastian & all the staff, were extremely helpful & friendly. They always seemed genuinely concerned to make our stay a pleasurable experience. The Hotel is cosy, comfortable & we really enjoyed our stay. Umbrellas were even provided for the unseasonable weather. Despite a short walk, it was easy to catch public transport to where ever we wished to go. The breakfasts were delicious.
Amazing hotel in quaint neighborhood
Posted Jan 22, 2013
Pros: It felt to be in a VERY safe neighborhood with a cast and beer garden blocks away.
Location: The public tram was blocks away and the city subway was a 1/2 mile. There was a decent Italian place around the corner.
The hotel was amazing and the staff was excellent. Our room was large in comparison to European standards. I would highly recommend the breakfast! I wasn't sure by the reviews and hotel website if I wanted the breakfast but it was by far the most economical/filling/tasty meal we had each day. My only complaint and it is small is that during our week stay Sebastion was only there one morning. While the rest of the staff was great, Sebastion proved the other reviewers correct that he was a superior host. He went above and beyond when u even had the simplest request or question. He had great ideas for things to do but was not the least bit pushy. He explained things so well to us. We will be booking our next stay here again soon.
by Esther from London
The Best Hotel in Munich
Posted Jan 12, 2013
What a fantastic hotel! From the moment we arrived at Hotel Laimer, Sebastian and his team were welcoming, energetic and always eager to help. Exceptional service! It's well located in the quiet area of Laimer and has a variety of quick transport links into the city. I highly recommend this hotel.
by Terry from Chicago, IL, USA
Perfect finish to a 2 week trip.
Posted Jan 27, 2013
Pros: Sebastian, breakfast and quiet neighborhood.
Cons: No lift and some rooms quite small. We consolidated and put one suitcase back in the car.
We stayed here for 4 nights at the end of our 12 nights in Europe. This was our 5th hotel and the room we had the first night was small and the bathroom tiny. Compared to the other places we stayed this was less than half the size, but from what I heard common in Europe. When my husband inquired about a larger room, Sebastian couldn't have been more accommodating and we were able to move to a larger room with a bigger bathroom, although the showe was still quite small. They have a large breakfast selection that was more reasonable than any other place we tried. It's a short walk to public transportation and a local beer garden & restaurants. The palace being so close is a must see.
by Etienne from Plymouth, MA, USA
Exploring Munich prior to river cruise.
Posted Jan 12, 2013
Pros: Lovely bed and breakfast type ambience, and very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: Nothing except cold spring weather (it snowed on Easter morning), but not the hotels fault.
Location: Quiet, pretty residential area, very safe, easy on street parking. Short walk or bus ride to train, with 10 minute ride to city center.
We stayed 3 nights as a base to explore the Munich area prior to boarding a Danube river cruise from Passau to Budapest. We did a one way car rental at the airport, with an easy drive to the hotel, and eventually to Passau (with the help of GPS). The hotel is in a quiet, safe residential area, with easy on street parking. We did a day trip to Rothenburg one day, and used the train for a short ride into Munich center the next day. The hotel staff was very helpful in helping with maps, public transportation, and recommendations on what to see and where to eat. On arrival, seeing that we has some large suitcases, they upgraded us to a larger room, at no extra charge, and on leaving, helped us call the cruise line to confirm which pier the ship was sailing from in Passau. The hotel was charming, very comfortable, and had more the feel of a bed and breakfast, although you had to pay 10 euro pp for the optional breakfast. Overall, the hotel was a great buy, and I would definitely use again if I have the good fortune to return to Munich.
by Gwyn from Wales, UK
Outstanding friendly, small but well equiped hotel
Posted Jan 2, 2013
Pros: Helpfulness of staff and welcome
Cons: Having to come home.
Location: On the outskirts of Munich but close to a terrific public transport system,a pleasant ,attractive area, French, Italian and Steak house within 5 mins
A small hotel with a very big welcome.Staff all so friendly and helpful in every way you would need and more; from selling transport tickets to helping us sort a problem we had with our arranged airport shuttle. One of the staff even a gave us his own business card in case we got lost and needed to ring him for help. Staff very knowledgable about local restaurants and places to visit. All spoke fluent english and showed a genuine interest in all quests whether English, German or American etc. The rooms are well equiped and did not miss having a bath as the power shower was amazing. We stayed in late March and there was snow on the ground but this does not stop anything in Munich and the hotel was lovely and warm; radiators in room large and we were never cold in the hotel. The hotel itself has lots of charm and was decorated with easter bunnies and eggs. Breakfast was a pleasant and relaxing experience with a good variety of cereal, boiled eggs,meats, bread,cheese,fruit toast.yogurts and good selection of tea, coffee and fresh fruit juice. I would recommend this hotel to small families,couples and business people looking for an unassuming small hotel with friendly staff and good facilties.
by Stan from UK
The very highest customer service level
Posted Jan 27, 2013
Pros: Service with a big smile
Cons: I can't think of any?
Location: Very good area - easy to get into city
Very friendly and welcoming hotel, the management and staff cannot do enough for you. A lovely trouble free place to stay. I highly recommend.
by cheshiregooner from Chester
Friendly, good quality and great value
Posted Jan 19, 2013
Pros: Staff were really friendly and attentive.
Cons: A bar would have been nice for a night cap.
Location: In a quiet area but close to transport links to city centre and Nymphenburg palace
I was only on a one night stop in Munich and so wanted somewhere cheap, relatively central and nice. The Laimer Hof was certainly great value and was better than nice! The room, while quite small (but it was a single), was very comfortable, clean and well equipped. The bed was very snug which it needed to be on a freezing Bavarian night. Breakfast was plentiful and high quality. The best thing though was the friendliness of the team. It would be easy to ignore me - a lone traveller and an English football fan but they were helpful, chatty and made me feel very welcome. The hotel is in a quiet area but only 5 mins walk to Laim station and 10 mins from there to the town centre so is central enough without being crowded or noisy. And for 55 Euros it was an absolute bargain. When I'm back in Munich, I'll be back at the Laimer Hof.